As deep as it gets for this time of year at Jay Peak yesterday. A crew headed up to the summit and ripped down in deep pow and fallen fall leaves and obviously had a blast.
This is a quintessentially East Coast experience. It appears that the runs are just pure grass and soft dirt out there, no rocks, which makes for fun skiing even if there’s only a few inches on the ground.
Jay Peak records the most snow of any east coast ski resort and averages over 300″ of snowfall per year.